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Chemical Peels

Embark on a transformative journey to revitalize your complexion with our customized chemical peels at My Skin. Our team of experienced professionals will carefully assess your unique skin concerns and craft a personalized treatment plan to effectively address your needs. Whether you seek to combat wrinkles, diminish acne scars, or simply enhance your skin's overall radiance, our chemical peels deliver exceptional results for a rejuvenated, revitalized appearance.

Types of Chemical Peels

Alpharet Professional Peel System

Alpharet Professional Peel System

A professional use only, in-office complement to your skinbetter
science regimen. Shown to improve the overall skin tone and texture for patients with mild photodamage.

Dermalogica PRO Advanced Renewal Peel

Dermalogica PRO Advanced Renewal Peel

Glycolic Acid peel or Professional-strength TCA peel helps to target fine lines, hyperpigmentation, minimize the appearance of advanced signs of aging and evens skin tones.

Dermalure Deep TCA 30%


Deep TCA 30%

This peel is a medium strength peel. It revives the skin with radiance and glow at moderate downtime and peeling. It can be used to treat fine lines, wrinkles, uneven complexion, acute acne and mild acne.

SkinMedica Illuminize Peel


Illuminize Peel

Illuminize Peel® works to improve your skin by addressing skin imperfections such as skin aging, sun exposure, wrinkles and uneven skin tone.

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What are Chemical Peels?

Chemical peels are a type of cosmetic skin treatment that uses a chemical solution to exfoliate the top layers of skin. This process removes dead skin cells, promotes collagen production, and stimulates cell turnover, resulting in a brighter, smoother, and more youthful complexion.

One type of chemical peel is HydroFacial. HydroFacial is a popular facial treatment that combines cleansing, exfoliation, and hydration in one go.

How Do Chemical Peels Work?

Chemical peels work by applying a chemical solution to the skin to remove the top layers. This process is called exfoliation. The depth of the peel determines how many layers of skin are removed. After the top layers of skin are removed, the body begins to heal itself by producing new collagen and elastin. This results in skin that is smoother, firmer, and more youthful looking.

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Benefits of Chemical Peels

  • Improved Skin Texture and Smoothness

  • Enhanced Collagen Production

  • Reduced Hyperpigmentation

  • Evened Skin Tone

  • Improved Skin Elasticity

What Areas Can Be Treated by Chemical Peels?

Chemical peels can be used to treat a variety of areas on the face, including:

  • Fine lines and wrinkles

  • Acne Scars

  • Hyperpigmentation

  • Uneven Skin Tone

  • Dullnes

  • Rough Texture

Chemical Peel Treatment St Pete

What to Expect During a Chemical Peel

The overall recovery time after a chemical peel will depend on the depth of the peel. Superficial peels typically require minimal downtime, while medium peels may require 1-2 weeks of recovery. Deep peels may require several weeks of downtime, and you may need to avoid strenuous activities and direct sunlight. It is important to note that these are general guidelines, and your individual experience may vary.

We use peel that give optimal results without aggressive peels and downtime. This allows our patients to have very little downtime with great results.

Frequently Asked Questions

What can I expect during a chemical peel?

The procedure typically involves cleaning the skin, applying the chemical solution, neutralizing the solution, and soothing the skin.

What is the recovery time after a chemical peel?

The recovery time after a chemical peel depends on the depth of the peel. Superficial peels typically require minimal downtime, while medium peels may require 1-2 weeks of recovery. Deep peels may require several weeks of downtime.

What are the potential side effects of chemical peels?

Chemical peels can cause temporary side effects, such as redness, stinging, peeling, and itching.

How often should I get chemical peels?

The frequency of chemical peels depends on your individual skin type and concerns. It is advisable to discuss a treatment plan with your esthetician to determine the appropriate frequency for your skin.

How can I minimize the risks and side effects of chemical peels?

To minimize risks and side effects, it is important to consult with a qualified dermatologist or esthetician, follow the pre-peel instructions carefully, inform your esthetician about any allergies or medications you are taking, use gentle skincare products and avoid harsh soaps or exfoliants after the peel, and apply sunscreen regularly to protect your skin from sun damage.

If you have any questions or concerns about your skin & would like to schedule an appointment at our St. Pete dermatology office or Brandenton dermatology office, please call us today!

St. Pete Location

111 2nd Ave NE., Suite 1406

St Petersburg, FL 33701

Plaza Tower- Downtown St Pete

Phone: (727) 295-7223

Bradenton Location

4301 32nd St. W., Suite D2

Bradenton, FL 34277

Phone: (941) 330-5805